The journey of a 1000 miles begins with a single step


Healing music, with incense


Kundan, a film about the Dalai Lama

Martin Scorcese did this film in 1997 about the life of the Dalai Lama


Bardo meditation music

Tibetan Gongs for a Sunday

Heart Sutra Live Looping Remix

Waking up to reality

Vedantic Tiger Story That Will Wake You Up From Dream and Realize Your True Nature


Bells for healing and mindfullness

The world is afflicted by death and decay. But the wise do not grieve, having realized the nature of the world.” – Buddha

What is the Greatest Evil on this Planet? (18 min)

Sadhguru reminds us that time is running out for all of us, and that what really matters at the end of our life is whether we lived an enhanced life. This is why it is important that we invest the time to know and live a life beyond thought and emotion.


Green Tara Mantra

About Green Tara Mantra: Tara Mantra is pronounced by Tibetans and Buddhists who follow the Tibetan traditions as oṃ tāre tu tāre ture soha. Within Tibetan Buddhism Tārā is regarded as a Bodhisattva of compassion and action who manifests in female form. Tara means “star” in Hindi. Tārā is also known as a saviouress, as a heavenly deity who hears the cries of beings experiencing misery in saṃsāra.
Meaning of the Mantra: OM TARE TUTTARE TURE SOHA Green Tara Mantra is actually a loving play with her name. OM is the sound of the universe. So the mantra could be rendered as “OM! O Tara! I entreat you, O Tara! O swift one! Hail!
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The Great Bell Chant (The End of Suffering)

Medicine Buddha Mantra

Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo – The Nature of Mind (6 min)

Medicine Buddha Mantra

Meditation music for positive energy

Tibetan Healing Meditation Sounds

Space music for meditating Earthlings

Mountain Monks (10 min)

Mountain Monks

The Yamabushi in northern Japan practice a once forbidden ancient religion. While their tradition is at risk of disappearing, it offers a way for those seeking a different path in Japan‘s society.

Walking barefoot through rivers, meditating under waterfalls and spending the nights on mountaintops – that is the way of the Yamabushi. They walk into the forest to die and be born again.

Their teachings of Shugendō 修験道 were first established 1400 years ago and peaked in popularity during the 17th century when Yamabushi visited around 90 percent of all villages in northern Japan. The monks were said to have magical powers and served as advisors to samurai and warlords.

In the late 19th century, when Japan opened itself to the west and moved from a feudal state towards industrialization, their religion was forbidden. Only the monks of Yamagata prefecture in northern Japan practiced the tradition in secret. Their isolation near the three holy mountains of Dewa helped them to save their customs.

Today, their religion is not forbidden anymore, but there aren’t many left who practice it either. Some schools have opened their doors to allow women and foreigners. They offer private courses to help maintain their sacred places:

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(c) Fritz Schumann 2018

music by Mario Kaoru Mevy

What is Powa? (6 min)

Shunryu Suzuki Roshi: Sound and Noise (4 min)

Anugama:  Shamanic Dream

Medicine Buddha Mantra (8 min)

Tibetan Buddhist Mantra – To eliminate not only pain of diseases but also help in overcoming the major inner sickness of attachment, hatred, jealousy, desire, greed and ignorance. Mantra chanted by Khenpo Pema Chopel Rinpoche from the CD ‘The Blessing from H.H. Penor Rinpoche for World Peace’.

 Tibetan Morning Chant

Marconi Union – Weightless